You get several options for a warrant search in San Bernardino County, CA. Unfortunately, the information you can get out of such inquiries will be limited to personal criminal records. Access to third party arrest records is not granted to civilians in keeping with the privacy laws of California. What’s more, no employer can ask you to furnish information on your criminal history or active warrants in your name.
Getting San Bernardino County criminal records through the Department of Justice.
Finger prints will be needed for a personal criminal history check. To find out where you can go for live scan fingerprinting, check the page at https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/locations?county=San+Bernardino. You will find information on the location of the live scan center as well as the fees charged.
The form that you will need to fill to get a copy of your personal criminal record is available at https://oag.ca.gov/sites/all/files/agweb/pdfs/fingerprints/forms/bcia_8016RR.pdf?. A copy in Spanish is available at https://oag.ca.gov/sites/all/files/agweb/pdfs/fingerprints/forms/bcia-8016rr-spa.pdf?. For any other questions pertaining to personal crime history information, go to https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/security_faq.
The Department of Justice charges a $25 fee for this service and you will have to pay this through a certified check, personal check (manual submission) or money order. Once the application is submitted, it can take between 3 to 15 days to receive a response. You can mail the application to the California Department of Justice, Record Review Unit, P.O. Box 903417, Sacramento, CA 94203-4170.
How can I find information on arrest warrants In San Bernardino County, CA?
At 6000 criminal complaints per annum, San Bernardino, CA is neither the safest nor the most dangerous area in the state. While the police can certainly do more to control the crime rates, their efforts are evident in the decreasing crime rates of the area. Through 2014 crime rates plunged by nearly 10% coming in at 5200 incidents for property crimes and less than 1000 complaints against violent crimes.